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Sunday, March 15, 2015
Went shopping the other day and ran into the best thing!
Why you ask? My daughters current career goal is to be a princess at Disney World, for practice she is wanting to wear dresses everyday.
I have a feeling this will continue through a good good part of the summer. Now she can throw on a pair of bike shorts under her dress and play to her hearts content and it won't break my budget.
Looks at he color selection too!
Friday, March 6, 2015
This seems to be a big topic right now. I wanted to take a quick moment to weigh in and would love to hear what your thoughts are as well.
We all remember the "pink slime" outcry from not that long ago...
I didn't frequent McDonald's back then and I still rarely go.
However, Grandma and Grandpa take my daughter as a 'treat', on what seems like, a weekly basis. When my daughter goes she always picks the nuggets.
So, even though I internally grimace when she tells me she went to McDonald's with Grandma and Grandpa, at least I know in the future the nuggets will be slightly healthier.
But, yes there is always a "but"...
I wish McDonald's would make same effort towards changing their beef sources.
From my view point it seems that chicken is a smaller part of their profit margin so they can "go healthy " to attract that market segment (or maybe it's marketing strategy?), but they still continue to serve low quality beef for cheap.
I applaud them for making small steps but they have a long way to go. If they are this moved about thier chicken they should apply equal standards to their beef.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Monday, March 2, 2015
In honor of the birthday of Dr. Suess I created a little hat clip for my daughter to wear to school for their Dr Suess party.
I didn't take pictures of the entire process, but it is pretty simple.
Large white button
Smaller red and white buttons
Glue the buttons together. Glue now to the clip and adhear the button hat on top.
Dr Suess was an amazing man who contributed to the world of children literature but in doing so made contributions to the world as a whole.
Dr. Suess has found a place of inspiration in many of our hearts.